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Redirect Your Nameservers For New Bloggers

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http://eGlobalMarketingManagement.com New Blogger Redirect Your Nameservers is the third step after registering your domain name, finding your hosting company to getting your blog/website online

http://eGlobalMarketingManagement.com New Blogger Redirect Your Nameservers is the third step after registering your domain name, finding your hosting company to getting your blog/website online

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  • 1. Step By Step Video Tips On How To Redirect Your Nameservers For New Bloggers You should have your domain name and your web host and now need to redirect your Nameservers to point towards your host company site. I know what you're thinking, Nameservers? What are they and where do I find them! Let's first cover just what Nameservers are. A Nameserver is a record that points your domain name to the server where you are going to host your blog/website. So in other words you are going to be pointing your domain name to your host company. You will receive a welcome letter from your host company and it will have the Nameservers you need to use to redirect your domain name to your host site. Here is an example of what Nameservers look like ns2045.hostgator.com and ns2046.hostgator.com. If by chance you did not get your welcome letter or you accidently deleted it don't panic, just email your host company and let them know and they will resend it to you. It will take a few minutes after you redirect your Nameservers to your host company to take effect and actually point to your host company.
  • 2. Now I know this really looks a bit techie but don't worry as long as you can cut and paste you will do just great. You can cut and paste the Nameservers into the area needed so you don't have to worry about entering a wrong number or letters. The following video Step By Step Video Tips On How To Redirect Your Nameservers For New Bloggers will show you how to redirect your Nameservers. Next step is to get familiar with your cPanel. Let's take the next step together with Step By Step Video Tips On How To Use Your cPanel For New Bloggers. Barb Sibbing barb@barbsibbing.com http://BarbSibbing.com 317-250-3324

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